Analysis of Biological Development (K. Kalthoff)

Updates to Topic 02: The Role of Cells in Development


Comments

One reviewer has called this chapter a "stamp collection". My own students like it, especially those who have not had an upper division course in cell biology. One instructor, who will teach a Developmental Biology course that has Cell Biology as a prerequisite, wrote she still prefers for the chapter to be included for students with rusty memories. Did you find this chapter useful? (KK)

Clarifications and Corrections

In Fig. 2.3a, the uppermost diagram should be labeled "Late gastrula" instead of "Late neurula".

New Review Articles

Barolo S. and Posakony J.W. (2002) Three habits of highly effective signaling pathways: principles of transcriptional control by developmental cell signaling. Genes & Devel. 16: 1167-1181

Freeman M. (2000) Feedback control of intercellular signalling in development. Nature 408: 313-319

Fuchs E. and Karakesisoglou I. (2001) Bridging cytoskeletal intersections. Genes & Devel. 15: 1-14

Ingham P. and McMahon A.P. (2001) Hedgehog signaling in animal development: paradigms and principles. Genes & Devel. 15: 3059-3087

Jordan J.D., Landau E.M., Iyengar R. (2000) Signaling networks: The origins of cellular multitasking. Cell 103: 193-200

Madhani H.D. (2001) Accounting for specificity in receptor tyrosine kinase signaling. Cell 106: 9-11

Pawson T. and Nash P. (2000) Protein-protein interactions define specificity in signal transduction. Genes & Devel. 14: 1027-1047

Shi Y. (2001) Structural insights on Smad function in TGF signaling. BioEssays 23: 223-232

van Noort M. and Clevers H. (2002) TCF transcription factors, mediators of Wnt-signaling in development and cancer. Devel. Biol. 244: 1-8

von Bubnoff A. and Cho K.W.Y. (2002) Intracellular BMP signaling regulation in vertebrates: Pathway or network. Devel. Biol. 239: 1-14

Vu T.H. and Werb Z. (2000) Matrix metalloproteinases: effectors of development and normal physiology. Genes & Devel. 14: 2123-2133

New Research Articles


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